A study identifies a new mechanism that contributes to the development of colon cancer

Activated macrophage isolated from mouse intestine. Macrophage marker is shown in green, inflammation marker (iNOS) in red, and nucleus in blue. Author: Catrin Youssif, IRB Barcelona

Activated macrophage isolated from mouse intestine. Macrophage marker is shown in green, inflammation marker (iNOS) in red, and nucleus in blue. Author: Catrin Youssif, IRB Barcelona


La Razón, Al Día, Cope, Medical News Today, Medical Xpress, among other national and international media, have published articles about the research led by Angel R. Nebreda, head of the Cell Signalling and Cell Cycle Lab at IRB Barcelona. This study identifies a new mechanism that contributes to the development of inflammation-associated colon cancer and proposes new therapeutic approaches.

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